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Dec 16, 2012 12:00pm EST
public porting of harpies teachers, students and angiograms, the overall number of procedures went down by 14% and there was no difference in patient outcomes. big study about four weeks after the book came out showing that public reporting reduces waste and has no impact. patients do just as well. so increasingly, we are learning that the impact of public reporting. all of us know doctors who should not be practicing. when national conference i was at, how many of you know that that tradition be practicing because they're too dangerous? everson o'hanlon. and because we all recognize there's going to be some bad apples that will really respond to financial incentives and that there's little accountability in general in health care hospital seven miles down the street from my hospital had put in at least 500 unnecessary hurt since. now if those procedures would've been recorded in giving to the patient on a thumb drive as the advocate in the book, "unaccountable." he wouldn't have gotten way with giving students an arteries that were bought. it would've been over say like when we ar
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